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How can I deal with the stress of being an honors student?

How can I deal with the stress of being an honors student? Topic: Is homework stressful
July 16, 2019 / By Bea
Question: I'm in 10th grade,and i am currently in: 1st period: Honors Acting and Dramatic Arts 2nd period:Honors Early Childhood Education 2 3rd period:Honors Spanish 1 4th period:Honors World History 5th period:Honors Medical Terminology 6th period:Analytical Geometry 7th period: Honors Chemistry 8th grade:Honors American Literature Comprehension I have a 100 in drama,a 94 in early childhood education,a 90 in Spanish,a 95 in history,a 100 in medical terminology,a 90 in geometry,a 92 in chemistry,and a 100 in literature.The amount of homework is becoming very stressful,and with marching band color guard and the thespian troupe too,I'm unsure of how to manage things.any advice?
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Adelle Adelle | 3 days ago
It sounds like your school slaps the title "Honors" onto the simplest classes to make them sound prestigious/to give you unnecessary credit. Be grateful. In my school, there is no "Honors Early Childhood Education ". It's just a normal elective. I doubt you learn anything different/more difficult from us. In my school, it's just Medical Terminology. There's no honors. Because it's just an elective. Being an honors student is only a slight step up from being a regular student. You shouldn't suffer too badly. Honors Chemistry is the only honors worth worrying about on your list. That's tough. But if you study and use YouTube, you'll be fine in that class.
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